Here’s how to root your Galaxy Tab:
1. First, for those of you NOT on Windows XP, Vista, 7 or Ubuntu/Debian, you need to download and install Mono, which is a program that let’s you run Microsoft .NET programs.
NOTE: For Windows XP, make sure you have .NET Framework v.2.0 or above installed!
For Ubuntu users, follow this short guide here to get the program installed correctly:
To get ADB working, install these libraries via apt-get:
sudo apt-get install lib32ncurses5
sudo apt-get install lib32stdc++
Install Mono by typing:
sudo apt-get install mono
Install WinForms 2.0 for Mono by typing:
sudo apt-get install libmono-winforms2.0-cil
Mark adblinux as executable
sudo chmod 755 adblinux
Open OneSuperClick.exe with Mono.
2. You will need to download the following SuperOneClick program:
Download SuperOneClick Program
3. For Windows XP/Vista/7, you will need to install Samsung Galaxy Tab drivers.
4. Put your Galaxy Tab into USB Debugging mode by going to Settings->Applications->Development and make sure it is set to ON.
5. Unzip the SuperOneClick Program you downloaded earlier and run the SuperOneClick.exe.
6. That should be it!
If you have trouble such as drivers not being installed on Windows, try going to Control Panel->Device Manager and see if your Galaxy Tab is being recognized as Samsung ADB device. If not, look for any exclamation marks, update the driver by manually browsing to the Samsung drivers directory.